Only at the crossroads of Soho, Nolita, Chinatown and Tribeca can one discover 136 Baxter Street, a former horse stable built in 1915 turned warehouse then converted into residential lofts. Tucked away on a winding and private block, this boutique pre-war condominium houses 12 residences total with only two units on each floor.
Apartment 3C is a 1,638-square-foot, corner two-bedroom, two-bathroom home with 10.5-foot pine ceilings, exposed timber beams, painted white brick walls and 11 steel framed tilt-and-turn picture windows. Every room in the home is blasted with natural light from the east and south and each window comes equipped with custom roll down shades. The corner great room is a beautiful space for entertaining and is complemented perfectly by the open island Valcucine kitchen.
The master bedroom is oversized and features a five-fixture limestone en-suite bath with towel warmer, a fully customized walk-in closet and an additional nook ideal for a dressing area or home office. The second bedroom is winged, completely private and offers stunning treetop views overlooking Baxter Street. Additional features of this epic home include a massive laundry room inspired by the suburbs, two more customized closets, a double gallery entry foyer, dual zone central AC and temperature controlled heat. Not to be missed is the enormous storage locker which is deeded and accessible through the cellar of the building.
136 Baxter is meticulously maintained by a full-time resident manager and also features a virtual doorman and package room. This building is a love letter to all those seeking discreet loft living in the coolest location.